It's been months since the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus from Apple, Inc. has come out and truth be told, some reactions somewhat leaned into the negative side. People can be heard openly talking about its huge, impractical size, its "bendability" and its poor battery life, just to name a few.
The talks about the recently-released devices have yet to die down. But now, there's already whispers hanging in the air pointing out the next iPhone – the iPhone 7. Here's what we've heard so far.
First off, there are speculations strongly suggesting that the next reiteration will actually be a "transparent phone." more >>
The "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" is a compilation of one of the most iconic first-person shooter video games. The collection is scheduled for a Nov. 11 release date and is exclusive to the Xbox One. The compilation is to contain "Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary," "Halo 2," "Halo 3," and "Halo 4" along with their multiplayer modes.
The games included in the compilation have not been altered in any way except for an upped frame-rate to 60fps, an increased resolution to full HD (1080p), and some lighting upgrades but the cutscenes in "Halo 2" have been redone by Blur Studios.
While waiting for the release, IGN Live has put up a streaming event where producers will be playing the features included in the collection. The stream will be live until the release of the game itself. more >>
On one side of 34-year-old Anthony Dever's stage production company are clients like Guns N' Roses, Alice in Chains, and Dixie Chicks. On the other side of the company, named DPS Inc, are renowned Christian worship music teams such as Jesus Culture and Hillsong.
Dever, a devout Christian, has no problem explaining that his company serves two worlds.
"I call it a 50-50 split. We have our regular company, which is our base company, DPS Inc, and we also have our DPS House of Worship part," Dever told The Christian Post on the eve of providing the staging for a Hillsong event this week in Los Angeles that includes filming for the worship music giant's upcoming movie. more >>
The iPhone 6 came out last month with two size variants, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. While the release of two different variants has been a welcome change for Apple, the split in choices has left many people contemplating on whether to get the somewhat-normal sized iPhone 6 or the phablet class iPhone 6 Plus.
It would be difficult to compare two phones made by the same company but if there would be any differences, it would be how each phone would feel to different users. At a single glance, the most noticeable difference between the two phones is the size.
A few days after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was released to the stores, users began to comment about the iPhone 6 Plus's incredible size and how it felt on the hand. Of course, this is where the smaller iPhone 6 gained an advantage. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 was smaller and thinner than its bigger brother, thus it felt more ergonomic to hold. more >>
The next-gen port release for Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto V" is only a month away and Sony is going to be offering a Playstation 4 Bundle with the game. The bundle is only currently confirmed for Europe but it will be likely that the bundle will be available in other countries as well, before the release of the game.
Playstation will be offering the PS4 Black and the Glacier White PS4 with the respective console version of the game to be released on November 18. Pre-orders are already underway for the bundle but it is still unclear whether or not the bundle will be made available for other countries like the U.S.
The game will also be available for the Xbox One and a PC version will be released early next year. more >>
Developer Sledgehammer Games has just launched the official trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare two weeks before its release date. The trailer features "House of Cards" lead actor Kevin Spacey, and contains glowing reviews for the game.
Forbes says that the new COD "transcends the line between game and film," while Gamespot claims that it is "reinventing Call of Duty multiplayer in a profound way." The trailer shows a war-torn U.S. as Atlas prepares to fight the KVA.
On Wednesday, Sledgehammer confirmed to Gamerant that the game will support dedicated servers. more >>